Coventry City are close to securing the signing of winger Danny Swanson, reports the Coventry Telegraph.
The 27-year-old is having a medical with the Sky Blues, ahead of potentially signing a deal with the League One side.
Swanson has rejected a new contract with Peterborough United after playing 79 times in a two-year spell in the east of England.
Born in Edinburgh, Swanson started his career with current Scottish League Two side Berwick Rangers before signing for Dundee United in 2008.
He played 126 games for the Terror over a four-year stint before signing for the Posh in June 2012, who were in the Championship at the time.
Swanson was part of the Peterborough side that lifted the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy last season, as Darren Ferguson’s men beat Chesterfield 3-1.
Whilst in Dundee, Swanson also lifted the Scottish Cup in 2010 with a 3-0 win over Ross County.
This would be Steven Pressley’s first signing of the summer as he hopes to improve the Midlands sides fortunes after an 18th placed finish last time out.
The signing would be a direct replacement for outgoing winger Mark Marshall who joined fellow League One side Port Vale today.
Coventry have also lost two more players this week with Belgian midfielder Franck Moussa joining Championship side Charlton Athletic and defender Blair Adams has signed a deal with Notts County.